About Y20

About Y20

Youth 20 is a forum for future young leaders from all G20 member countries to discuss, argue, and exchange ideas, to reach a joint agreement regarding the agenda of the G20 Presidency. The Y20 Summit (Summit) result is the Y20 Communiqué. Since the first Y20 conference was held in 2010, the host of the organizers changed every year based on where the G20 Presidency takes place. With theme "From Recovery to Resilience: Rebuilding the Youth Agenda Beyond COVID-19", this year's Y20 Summit will be held in Jakarta and Bandung (Indonesia) in July 2022.

Michael Victor

Rahayu Saraswati D.


Michael Victor Sianipar

Michael Victor Sianipar is the Chairman of the Jakarta Regional Branch and the National Director of Legislators Development of the Indonesian Solidarity Party. 

In addition, he is also the Political Director of Patra Government Relations, a Jakarta-based political consultancy. Michael has been involved in politics and government for nine years. Previously, he was the personal assistant to the Governor of Jakarta from 2012 to 2017 and Governor of West Nusa Tenggara  from 2018-2019. During several years in government, he handled various portfolios, ranging from budgeting, government transparency, corruption eradication, apprenticeship programs, regional management, staffing, to development of the Jakarta Smart City.

Rahayu Saraswati D. Djojohadikusumo

Rahayu Saraswati D. Djojohadikusumo was born on January 27, 1986, in Jakarta, Indonesia. She is a wife and mother of two young sons.

She has been an activist for the fight against human trafficking since 2009 and founded the Parinama Astha Foundation in 2012. Her advocacy led to her decision to run for parliament in 2013 and after running a rigorous and successful campaign, she was elected in 2014 as a Representative for the People’s Representative Council of the Republic of Indonesia.

During her term, she represented the people in the 8th Commission, which was in charge of Social Affairs, Religious Affairs, Women Empowerment and Children Protection, and Disaster Risk and Relief Management. She continued her anti-human trafficking advocacy, and at the end of 2018 initiated the National Network for Anti Human Trafficking (JarNas Anti TPPO).

After finishing her term, she is now helping to develop the family business, Arsari Group, which works to provide climate solutions through agroforestry, reforestation, and sustainable energy. This perfectly correlates with her passion for the environment and its preservation. She is currently the CEO for their Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) company. Aside from that, she will also be developing sustainable tourism and technological innovations.